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Colleen Hoover fans: the movie adaptation of It Ends with Us has found its leads. Blake Lively and Justin Baldoni will play Lily Bloom and Ryle Kincaid, respectively, with Baldoni also directing the film. Uber-popular author CoHo announced the casting news in a social media video that also explained the inspiration behind the story, which follows Lily as she attempts to break the cycle of abuse in her life. The 2016 novel is loosely based on Hoover’s mother, “who got us out of a scary situation when I was little,” the author said, standing in front of her childhood home.…

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Julia Fox has become known for her ability to live in the spotlight completely unfiltered. It’s no surprise that she was romantically linked with rapper Kanye, as Julia isn’t afraid to say exactly what she thinks, or dress the way she wants, no matter what people think. This week the Italian-born actress shared a video tour of her NYC apartment, and fans are shocked to find out that she is not living as glamorously as they thought she’d be.“OK, I never thought in a million years that I would do this, but, I do believe in maximum transparency,” she began…

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Casey Wilson is “immeasurably grateful” after she welcomed her third child, daughter Frances “Frankie” Rose, via surrogate this month. The Happy Endings star shared the news on Instagram Thursday, posting photos of her baby girl with big brothers Max, 7, and Henry, 5. “This is the dawning of the Age Of Aquarius! Our angel Frances ‘Frankie’ Rose Caspe is here! Delivered by another angel, our surrogate and friend, Stacy whom we love and are immeasurably grateful for,” Wilson, 42, wrote of herself and husband David Caspe. “Surrogacy is women supporting women in its highest form and it has been a…

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Hello. Hello, this is Muscle for Life. I am Mike Matthews. Thank you for joining me today for another episode where I’m going to be answering questions that people ask me. So what I do is every week, usually Tuesday, Wednesday, maybe Thursday, I will post an Instagram story. Come follow me at Muscle Life Fitness, asking for questions, and then I get a bunch of questions and then I go through the questions and I pick ones that are topical or interesting or just things that I haven’t already answered a million times before publicly. And then I answer…

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WEEKLY MENU PLAN (#393) – A delicious collection of dinner, side dish, and dessert recipes to help you plan your weekly menu and make life easier for you! In these menu plans, I will be sharing some of our favorite recipe ideas for you to use as you are planning out your meals for the week. Just click any of the recipe titles or pictures to get the recipe. A little about how we plan our week and our menu plan: Mondays are soup and salad.Tuesdays we are bringing you delicious Mexican cuisine.Wednesdays are a taste of Italy.Thursdays are designed around yummy sandwiches, burgers, and wraps.Fridays are a…

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As a child-free by choice married woman in my thirties, I’m used to people asking questions about the status of my womb. My default answer typically involves something to the effect of “Right now, my dog is my baby!” — this usually elicits a chuckle, but occasionally inspires some serious truth-telling.A recent store associate’s response: “If someone had given me the option, I would have adopted a collection of dogs. I love my kids, but I love my dog so much more.” She proceeded to gush about the uncomplicated, unconditional love and companionship her dog provides — a sentiment I’m…

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When my daughter was a baby, against all the advice of sleep experts, I rocked her to sleep before I set her in her crib. Back and forth, back and forth, for at least half an hour. Sometimes more. I’d watch the shadows on the walls: great big whales, a frond of a palm tree, a continent creeping slowly past. She’d stare up at me until her lids became heavy and dropped like valances. It was a space neither here nor there; a space for exhaustion, for love.So maybe that’s why, when I finally set her on her elephant-printed sheets,…

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Find some light in the dark with these positive news stories Social enterprise cooks up tasty support for kinship families According to the charity Family Rights Group, more than 180,000 children across the UK are being cared for by their kin – a grandparent, other relative, or family friend – due to their parents being unable to care for them. And while it’s an instinctive choice to make, it is a life-altering role that can come with many unique challenges. Social worker Anna-Lou Manca has witnessed many kinship carers face financial and emotional difficulties over the course of her career,…

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What if your appetite for sweet treats is actually a sign of something more? We share the signs and symptoms of sugar addiction, and how to break the cycle When is being ‘too sweet’ a bad thing? Well, despite conjuring up imagery of kind and loving people, or a nostalgic treat for yourself to enjoy, the truth is, when it comes to nutrition, sugar can be a sly substance. It’s probably in more foods than you realise, from breakfast cereals and packaged fruits, to salad dressing and pasta sauce. And while a lot of us enjoy something sweet now and…

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